BRITANNIA NEWS – UK POLITICS

Rishi Sunak prepares stringent fiscal regulations in order to reduce government borrowing, amid fears the Conservatives will be held accountable at the next election. 

The Chancellor hopes to use his budget to reduce the growing debt caused by the coronavirus outbreak. Debt currently stands at around 100% of GDP, the highest level since World War II. The Treasury is concerned that a rise in inflation and interest rates will result in a massive increase in the amount of money owed…

“I am angry and bitter” – French Foreign Minister hits the roof after US,UK and AUS sign security pact meaning France loses Submarine contract worth $40Billion.

As it turns out, one American ally was sulking in defeat as President Biden was celebrating yesterday’s “historic” security accord between the US, UK, and Australia to establish a “partnership” that will enable Canberra to obtain US nuclear submarine technology. Australia inked a $40 billion contract with France’s Naval Group in 2016 to build a…

Priti Patel calls for “decisive action” by police against M25 climate change campaigners

On Monday and Wednesday, the demonstrators staged a sit-in on stretches of the M25, causing massive traffic jams. One of the demonstrators’ barriers is responsible for a four-vehicle pileup that resulted in a 50-year-old woman being evacuated to the hospital. The public and lawmakers are criticising the police for failing to stop the demonstrators from…

Lord Frost set to scrap EU laws that holds back Britain. IDS states we “should return to the common law principle”.

In a speech to Parliament, the minister revealed his ideas to abolish the special status given to EU laws, investigate the creation of a “tailored mechanism” to change EU-first rules, and establish a new commission to assess which laws should be kept. His declaration came after months of discussion inside the Government about how to…

Remoaner Soubry criticises Boris Johnsons Reshuffle… his team lacks “competence.”

Anna Soubry, a former Tory MP, reacted against her former colleagues last night, claiming that the Prime Minister’s Cabinet reshuffle lacked competence.  On Wednesday night’s programme of BBC Newsnight, Anna Soubry, 64, clashed with former Conservative colleague Charles Walker, 54, over Boris Johnson’s Cabinet reshuffle.  The ex-Member of Parliament for Broxtowe, who served as a…

Politicians take the NI Protocol to court to test its legality.

Next month, one of Northern Ireland’s High Courts will hear a tense Brexit struggle over the Northern Ireland Protocol.  Northern Ireland is bound by a number of EU customs and regulatory norms as a result of the Protocol, which was put into the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement to assist avoid a hard border on the island…

Johnson, Biden and Morrison are to make an address tonight announcing a new joint national security partnership.

According to Australian media, Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom are expected to announce a new trilateral security partnership that will see Australia scrap a multi-billion dollar programme to build French-designed submarines in favour of a nuclear-powered fleet built with US and British technology.  According to ABC News in Australia, which provided no…

Frost becoming frustrated, warning the EU, “Article 16” will be triggered if there’s no movement on the Protocol.

Officials in the United Kingdom are becoming increasingly frustrated with Brussels’ demands on the role of the European Court of Justice in the Brexit negotiations. Lord David Frost, the Brexit minister, warned the European Union to move forward in negotiations over Northern Ireland’s trading arrangements on Monday, or Britain might unilaterally suspend the so-called “protocol.”…